Sehrai’s son among two militant killed in Nawakadal encounter
Srinagar: Junaid Sehrai, son of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat’s chairman Ashraf Sehrai, was among the two militants killed in an encounter with security forces in downtown Srinagar, police said.
Junaid Sehrai went missing in March 2018 and later his picture, brandishing an AK-47, went viral on social media.
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The joining of Sehrai, who completed his MBA degree from the Kashmir University, was the first such case where a son of a separatist leader of Jammu and Kashmir had joined a militant group.
In last night operation's 2 terrorists were killed. They have been identified as Junaid Ashraf Khan from Srinagar and Tariq Ahmed Sheikh from Pulwama. Junaid is the youngest son of Hurriyat's Chairman Mohammed Ashraf Khan: Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh #NawakadalEncounter pic.twitter.com/w262tUJNvM
— ANI (@ANI) May 19, 2020